Dago Red is a North American P-51 Mustang, restored as a competitive air racer by Frank Taylor in 1981. Dago Red holds several world records, including the 15 km (517.323 mph) set in 1983. Frank Taylor piloted the plane to most of its world records in the 1980s.
- Six time winner of the National Championship Air Races (1982, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2003)
- Mojave, California 1983 - World Speed Record 15 km (517.323 mph)
- Unlimited Reno Air Races 1982 - Gold Winner
- Reno Air Races 2003 - Thompson Trophy, Fastest Lap (512.164 mph), Fastest Race (507.105 mph)
- Reno Air Races 2001 - Fastest Qualifying Speed (497.797 mph)
- Top quality balsa / ply construction.
- Premium hand applied covering film.
- Pre-installed retractable landing gear.
- Adjustable engine mount, with the blind nuts already pre installed in the firewall.
- Fuel proof decals and hand painted pilot figure.
- The fibre glass cowling comes with clear 3D template to aid engine installation.
- Comes with all hardware and accessories
- Equipped with Plastic Spinner with Aluminum Back Plate
- Wing Span: 57.5 in / 1460 mm
- Wing Area: 580 sq in / 37.4 sq dm
- Flying Weight: 6.8 lbs / 3100 g
- Fuselage Length: 50.0 in / 1260 mm
- Engine Required: 2-stroke 0.46 / 4-stroke 0.70 - 0.81
- Radio Required: 5-channel radio w/ 5 standard servos and 1 low profile retract servo